LEAWOOD, Kan. (KAKE) - Warning: Details in this story may be gross and disturbing to some readers.

New court documents are providing graphic details about a man accused of contaminating food at a Johnson County restaurant earlier this year.

KMBC-TV reports that the Johnson County District Attorney's office earlier this month charged 21-year-old Jace Christian Hanson with intentionally tampering with food at the Hereford House restaurant in Leawood.

An affidavit released about the case on Wednesday accuses Hanson of urinating on the food and "pressing" some of the food on his private parts.

The FBI was alerted to the possible food contamination after they received a tip about videos being posted online. Documents say the FBI traced an IP address to a phone number registered to Hanson.

The restaurant's head chef recognized one of the thumbnails from Thisvid.com as their Au Jus sauce. Hanson, confirmed to be working there, was approached, and his shoes matched those seen in videos posted online.

The Leawood Police Department is currently trying to find individuals who dined at the restaurant between March 26 and April 23, 2024, and subsequently fell ill.

Hanson is expected to be in court on June 6. One of his bond conditions is that he is not allowed to work at any place that serves food.